Quality in Supply Management is a measure of providing products that are free from defects, deficiencies, and significant variations in the purchase-buyer transaction.  High quality is brought about by the strict and consistent adherence to measurable and verifiable standards to achieve uniformity of output that satisfies specific customer or user requirements. Quality management is a major component to supply management’s supplier performance management responsibilities. Quality failures leads directly to cost difficulties that reduce profits, productivity and market share. To preclude such losses, supply management should participate creatively in the corporate quality management program. [1,2,3]

– See Quality Assurance

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Updated: 7/21/2017

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